Posts Tagged ‘ eye health ’

Dr. Matt Thompson instructs local ophthalmologic techs

Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologist Matthew Thompson, MD, recently held a continuing education event at the clinic for technicians seeking CE credits. The focus of the discussion was dry eye syndrome. Through his research, Dr. Thompson explained the symptoms, causes and treatments for the common eye disease. Ophthalmologic techs from several area clinics and providers […]



Dry eye syndrome: Symptoms, causes and treatments – by Dr. Michael Servi

Dry eye syndrome is a condition caused by a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication on the surface of the eye. The consequence of dry eye syndrome ranges from slight persistent irritation to the severe inflammation of the front of the eye. Symptoms: Red, irritated eyes accompanied by constant dryness, the feeling of debris in your eyes […]


Cataracts: What to know

Cataracts affect nearly 25 million people in the United States, but surprisingly, few people know the facts about the condition. Everyone is at risk for cataracts, but those over age 55 are especially susceptible to the vision-robbing disease. Read on to learn how a cataract develops, their symptoms and how cataract surgery is safe and […]


Floater care at Tower Clock Eye Center; what are eye floaters

What are eye floaters?

Many of us will think of “floaters” as devices we’ll use at the pool, lake or in the rivers that surround us in Wisconsin and the U.P. In the eye care world though, the term has another meaning. To eye doctors, floaters are small pieces of debris inside of the eye that affect a patient’s […]



Dr. Schuster and staff help kids see clearly

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Amanda Schuster, OD, and staff recently volunteered at The Children’s Museum of Green Bay to give free eye screenings to kids. The exams were part of the museum’s E.A.T. program that promotes healthy living and eating. Dr. Schuster screened dozens of kids for eye problems. Studies have shown that vision problems […]


February is Low Vision Awareness Month

Low vision affects millions of people in the United States and is often associated with blurred vision, blind spots, tunnel vision, or other forms of impaired sight. Low vision as defined by The Vision Council is visual impairments that are not correctable through surgery, pharmaceuticals, glasses or contact lenses. Low vision affects people at any […]


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is among the leading causes of vision loss for people aged 55 and older, and the disease makes simple tasks such as driving and reading increasingly difficult. To help those who may be affected aware of the condition, February is AMD Awareness Month. In AMD, the macula, or small center portion […]


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07.02.24

4th of July hours

All Tower Clock Eye Center offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4, to celebrate the holiday. We'll reopen on Friday with our normal schedule. We wish you all a happy and safe holiday!

06.13.24

Appleton surgery center update

Our Appleton surgery center is getting closer to opening its doors! We look forward to serving the Fox Cities with our patient-centered brand of ophthalmologic services! We look to open in late summer or early autumn.

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